Posts Tagged ‘Videos’

What do you wish you knew about web development two years ago that you know today?

Posted on October 5th, 2011 by David Spark

After the first night of the Future of Web Apps Conference in Las Vegas, I asked the attendees, mostly web developers, what they wish they knew about web development two years ago, that they know today. Dice Photo Contest – Win a Droid Bionic At Silicon Valley Code Camp, Dice will be giving away a […]

Highlights from a 36 hour hackathon on social app development

Posted on October 4th, 2011 by David Spark

Here’s some of my coverage of SocialDevCamp Chicago 2011, where I was reporting for Dice. For more coverage and job news, check out Dice News. The highlight at this year’s SocialDevCamp was a 36 hour developer hackathon, sponsored by Dice. I followed the entire event from beginning to end, needled the contestants on their lack […]

What’s the best advice anyone ever gave you about development?

Posted on October 3rd, 2011 by David Spark

Here’s some of my coverage of SocialDevCamp Chicago 2011, where I was reporting for Dice. For more coverage and job news, check out Dice News. At the opening party at SocialDevCamp, I asked attendees, all developers, what the best advice anyone ever gave them about development. Here they are passing on really helpful advice. My […]

Mobile Viewers For IPhone,Android,Windows Phone 7 From Falafel Software

Posted on September 25th, 2011 by Peter Kellner

Falafel Software has once again delivered awesome integration with our Silicon Valley Code Camp Data and the Mobile World.  This year, in addition to all the capabilities we all enjoyed last year, you can now update your personal agenda in these mobile devices by simply entering your EventBoard registration email on the Code Camp Registration […]

Raise your rates by becoming an influencer

Posted on September 22nd, 2011 by David Spark

You can prove your worth by exposing your knowledge and wisdom. The more you’re publicly seen as an expert, the more you become an industry influencer, and as a result you can and will raise your rates. Learn more at my session at SVCC on 10/8/11 at 3:30pm.

Get A Link From Silicon Valley Code Camp’s Web Site Back to You!

Posted on September 22nd, 2011 by Peter Kellner

All you need to do is create a good little blog post, write a short paragraph on some meetup or forum, or even post to some newsfeed, and if you get more than three people clicking that link and coming back to the Silicon Valley Code Camp Web site, you can get a link posted […]

Session Plan To Attend Chart Now Available! (See Video Below)

Posted on September 21st, 2011 by David Spark

This video shows how to choose sessions you plan on attending.  It will help you with a nice listing to carry with you (once you print it) as well as help us to plan the room capacities. That helps us to not put our most popular sessions in the smallest rooms.  http://www.siliconvalley-codecamp.com/SessionPlantoAttendChart.aspx  

My five favorite videos from Silicon Valley Code Camp

Posted on October 25th, 2010 by David Spark

Here it is. My five favorite videos from Silicon Valley Code Camp along with the other fifteen. Tip of the hat to my editor Ray for doing an awesome job on all the videos, especially the first one. Watch. My five favorite videos from Silicon Valley Code Camp Presentation horror stories End of Show Recap: […]

How to run a successful developer conference for five years

Posted on October 22nd, 2010 by David Spark

At Silicon Valley Code Camp, David Spark spoke with the event’s two founders, Peter Kellner and Mike Murphy of Foothill College. We spoke about the venue and why it’s such an important event for developers to attend. For more videos from Silicon Valley Code Camp, check out the “Dice Out Loud” YouTube channel and join […]

How to bring data into a Silverlight application

Posted on October 22nd, 2010 by David Spark

At the Silicon Valley Code Camp conference last week, I spoke with Ward Bell, VP of Technology of IdeaBlade. Bell was teaching a class about databases and how to use the identity framework to model your data. We chatted about modeling your data and ultimately about how to bring data into a Silverlight application, which […]